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  • Ray White Queensland celebrates its 2022 winners

    In what was known as the unofficial start to Ray White’s jam packed Connect Conference, some 1200 Ray White Queensland members gathered at the Gold Coast Convention Centre last night to celebrate the achievements of the top offices and individuals …

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  • Ray White celebrates 120-year history

    It was blue skies and spring weather today at Crows Nest, the birthplace of Australasia’s leading real estate group, Ray White. Almost 300 Ray White members and their families attended Ray White’s The Shed Open Day today to celebrate the …

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  • Buyers rush to beat competition

    SPRING is just around the corner and with interest rate rises here to stay buyers are getting in before the competition ramps up. Leading auction group Ray White posted a preliminary clearance rate of 59 per cent. Meanwhile, there were 3.8 registered bidders …

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  • Catalogue printer makes move into residential development

    PHIL Taylor, former owner of catalogue print juggernaut Franklin Web, has turned his attention to real estate and added residential developer to his resume. After a career spanning nearly 50 years printing catalogues for the who’s who of Australian retailing, …

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  • When will these rate rises stop?

    Nerida Conisbee Ray White Chief Economist Rate rises are now coming in quickly with the cash rate having risen from 0.1 per cent in April to 1.85 per cent this month. Interest rates are now the highest they have been since …

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  • Are we in a rental crisis or not?

    Nerida Conisbee, Ray White chief economist Last week, June inflation came in at an eye watering 6.1 per cent, driven primarily by sharp rises in fuel prices, construction costs and furniture. To anyone who drives a car, is building or …

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  • The slowdown we had to have?

    Nerida Conisbee, Ray White chief economist Australia’s median house price increased by 32 per cent from March 2020 to December 2021, making it the fastest period of price growth we have ever experienced. Since the end of last year, the market has slowed …

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  • What’s the purpose of NPS?

    Matt Sabin, Customer Experience Manager With so many customer experience measurements and terminology, it’s easy to get confused and wonder why NPS? What’s its purpose and what benefit does it bring? NPS (net promoter score) is a metric developed by …

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  • Australia tops the world for net inflow of millionaires

    William Clark, Ray White economics team During the Covid-19 outbreak and subsequent lockdowns, we saw mass migration from major cities to the regions, and from New South Wales and Victoria to Queensland and Tasmania. We also saw Byron Bay become …

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  • Quirindi Men’s Shed contributes to major art project

    Artist and researcher Robbie van Hemert will debut her exhibition “The Majestic Food Plains: A Land Biography” at the National Trust Centre at Observatory Hill in Sydney from 28 March to 7 April 2015. The show will be the culmination of over 2 years work between the artist and farmers, … Read more

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  • Bushfire News & Advice for Quirindi Region

    New South Wales Rural Fire Service have declared that most residents across New England North West require a permit to burn-off this September. This is a result of the Bushfire Danger Period, which usually applies from October to March each year, coming into effect a month early for Tamworth, Gunnedah … Read more

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  • Quirindi locals get a taste of the Golden Age of Rail

    On Thursday August 28, Liverpool Plains locals were treated to a visit from The Legend of Steam – Locomotive 3642. Built in 1926, the express passenger steam locomotive was decommissioned in 1969 before being recently refurbished for passenger tours. The train chugged north from Maitland to Werris Creek, stopping at regional … Read more

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  • Over $5 Million In Water Security Funding For Liverpool Plains Shire

    The New South Wales State Government have green-lighted projects worth millions of dollars by approving funding to pay for two major water security works being undertaken by Liverpool Plains Shire Council. The grants are part of the NSW Government’s “Water Security for Regions” program, which was established to help regional … Read more

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  • Council Promotes Tourism in Quirindi and Liverpool Plains Shire

    There are so many great things about the Quirindi region. Our friendly community, our ever-changing calendar of special events, sporting comps and recreational activities, the beautiful natural landscape surrounding us throughout the Liverpool Plains region, flourishing agricultural industries (including the colourful mosaic of farms growing sunflowers, sorghum, canola, maize, lucerne and … Read more

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  • Equestrian Sports in Quirindi

    Equestrian sports feature heavily in the lifestyle of many families in Quirindi, Werris Creek, Willow Tree and the surrounding towns in the Liverpool Plains area. Rural kids are often introduced to these sports at a young age as a natural extension of life on the land, which goes on to … Read more

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  • News Around Quirindi Schools

    Are you thinking of relocating your family to the Quirindi region? Quirindi and the surrounding communities – including Werris Creek, Currabubula, Caroona, Spring Ridge, Wallabadah and Willow Tree – have some brilliant schools, with wonderful teachers, fun sporting events and top-notch educational opportunities. Read on for the latest news around … Read more

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  • Netball in Quirindi

    Netball is a fantastic sport! It’s the highest participation sport for girls and women across Australia, and can be enjoyed by people of all ages and abilities as well as being a highly competitive and skilful sport played by some of Australia’s best athletes. Netball in New South Wales is … Read more

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  • Quirindi Welcomes New Music Festival

    The ukulele has had a huge surge in popularity in Australia over the past decade. There are ‘ukestras’ (orchestras featuring the uke!) popping up everywhere, and popular music festivals celebrating the little Hawaiian instrument are held all over Australia. The biggest of these is in Cairns, Queensland, every July. It … Read more

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  • Local Farmers Featured at Tamworth Taste Festival

    The Tamworth Taste Festival, held from the 10th to 19th April 2014, was a hugely successful celebration of regional food, wine and produce. This festival grows bigger and better each year, and heaps of community events were held throughout the 10-day festival including Taste in the Park, a food-filled day … Read more

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